How Digital Transformation Is Reshaping Healthcare?

Did you know Digital transformation has surpassed more than 1.3 trillion worldwide? Moreover, it is growing at a whopping 10.4% year-on-year.

Close to 92% of healthcare professionals affirmed that they received better performance with the Digital Transformation in place. So, it is critical to identify how emerging technologies can fuel innovation in the healthcare domain to reach unprecedented expectations.

But the question persisting is How is it filling the bill for people?

Bringing the latest technology in healthcare, unlike in other industries, appears challenging! And why? There seems to be an array of 8 major problems in the US (United States) healthcare sector that are hindering a better healthcare outcome – preventable medical errors, poor amenable mortality rates, lack of transparency, difficulty finding a good doctor, high costs of care, lack of insurance coverage, inefficiencies and nursing and physician shortage.

The healthcare setup looks complicated. The reason is that the member, patient, and provider journeys are so fragmented that the touch points are in multiple systems.

So, data is disparate, and connecting them is exceedingly difficult.

Well, digital transformation to healthcare is more of an organizational experience towards: 

  • Brining a positive change in health information system,
  • Improving the health systems’ agility, and
  • Enhancing operational excellence and patients' experience. Thereby reducing the overall cost.

What is significant is the homogenous interaction between institutions, technology, and people.

We conducted a CXO-suite panel discussion to get clarity on the current scene in the healthcare domain!

Key-Takeaways of the discussion:

  • Top mega trends in the Healthcare sector
  • Adoption of technology & the challenges
  • How far are we from value-based care?
  • How digital technology is enhancing efficiency & productivity in healthcare.

Packing a Healthy Future with Technology!

Most healthcare service providers have adopted technology-based solutions where data management and analytics are the predominant factors rendering service accessibility. Remember not to automate everything. Humanism should stand as the backbone to make a healthy tomorrow!

You may jot down the bottom-line points from the discussion here: